Tariff

Long Read Tariff EV

With the roll-out of smart meters, time-of-use tariffs with a more complex pricing structure are starting to become available. But, are they right for you?

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Quick Read Green Tariff

Many people opt for a ‘green’ energy tariff that claims to be up to 100% renewable. But, your tariff may not be as eco-friendly as you first expected.

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Money Saving Long Read Tariff EV

If you don’t know about how and when you use electricity in your home, then it’s hard to control it, and the result can be higher bills. Take back control!

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Money Saving Long Read Tariff Switching

When your energy contract ends, most energy providers will roll you onto their standard variable tariff. But, these are typically much more expensive.

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Long Read Tariff Switching

Switching energy supplier is usually quick, straightforward and could save you around £300 on your annual energy bill. But how do you make it happen?

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Home energy jargon: A-Z

By The Loop Team • 10 March, 2020

Renewable Energy Long Read Tariff

Here’s a run-down of some common terminology you might come across, allowing you to feel confident in taking better control of your home energy usage.

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Long Read Tariff Switching

The reality is that it isn’t so difficult, or time-consuming or painful, and changing tariffs can save you around £300 on your annual energy bill.

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Money Saving Quick Read Tariff EV

If you’ve just bought an electric car your electricity bill is probably going to shoot up, but that doesn’t mean your overall outgoings are going to rise.

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Quick Read Tariff

The number of energy suppliers has surged in recent years. While increased competition means more choice some new suppliers haven’t survived for very long.

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Renewable Energy Quick Read Tariff Solar

If you’re considering installing solar panels at home, make them as cost-effective as possible and clue-up on the Smart Export Guarantee, or SEG.

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